French chapitre 7 mise en train answers

ONE
  • What are Isabelle and Thuy talking about?

Isabelle’s family in her photo album

  • Does Isabelle have brothers or sisters? If so, what are their names?

She has one brother called Alexandre

  • How many cousins does she have?

3

  • Who are some of the other family members she mentions?

Her parents

  • How does Isabelle feel about her family? How can you tell?

I think she is happy with her family, apart from her brother because she said that he causes problems often.

TWO ( vrai ou faux )

  • Julie a huit ans – vrai
  • Julie est blonde. – faux
  • Les cousins d’Isabelle habitent à Paris. – vrai
  • Tante Véronique n’a pas d’animaux. – vrai
  • Thuy a un frère. – faux
THREE
  • Il a onze ans – Alexandre
  • En maths, elle a toujours 18 sur 20. – Patricia ( Isabelle’s cousin )
  • J’ai un an et demi, je crois… – Her self
  • Elle a huit ans – Julie
FOUR
  • ask permission? – Je peux…?
  • identify family members? – c’est & ce sony
  • describe someone? – Elle est adorable. & Elle est très intelligente & Ils sont heureux.
  • pay a compliment? –
  • tell someone’s age? – Il/Elle a… ans.
  • complain about someone? – Il est parfois pénible.
FIVE
  • Est-ce que la famille d’Isabelle est comme les familles que tu connais? Est-ce qu’elle est différente? Pourquoi?

No, because I have a brother, but he is older than me. He is 15.

French Les Deux Magots research

In french class, we learned about cafes, and we got paired up and researched about different cafes. Me and my partner were assigned to do research about the cafe ‘ Les Deux Magots ‘ Here are the questions and our answers.

  • Historical background of your café

The café started life in 1813 as a drapery, selling silk and other luxury items. It took its name ‘Les Deux Magots’ from a successful play of that time: ‘The Two Magots of China’.By 1884 “Les Deux Magots” had transformed itself into a wine merchant’s on the corner of St Germain des Pres just as the area was transforming itself into a artistic quarter with the presence of the publishers Grasset and Gallimard and the theatre ‘Le Vieux Colombier’.


In 1914, Auguste Boulay, an ancestor of the present owners, realised the potential of the building’s location. After a refurbishment, the café “Les Deux Magots” emerged, and rapidly became the place to “see and be seen”. Soon, legendary figures of the art world were frequenting the café : Verlaine meets Mallarme, Oscar Wilde takes tea, Guillaume Appolinaire and others have animated debates on important issues of the day.


With the twenties came the exuberance and energy of the surrealist movement and its leading proponents could be found in passionate discussions over a coffee or a drink in “Les Deux Magots”. Then in 1933, after Andre Malraux had been awarded the prestigious Goncourt Prize for an academic novel, a group of enthusiastic writers decided that there should be another independent prize for talent and originality. At that moment “Le Prix des Deux Magots” was born and it was first awarded to Raymond Queneau for ‘Le Chiendent’.

 

  • Names of the famous people who frequented your café

Jean Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, etc…

  • The reason or purpose for those people to go to this café. Did they have a particular activity going on in this café?

Because people like to go to the cafe for a drink or lunch or just chill and rest

  • Has your café been at the origin of some changes in French society? Has it had any impact on any aspect of French society?

In the decades that followed up until the present day, “Les Deux Magots” has been a witness to the changes in art literature, philosophy and politics.

  • Is this café playing the same role nowadays and why/why not?

Yes I think it is because it is a very relaxing place for french people and tourists.

  • If you can have access to some figures, would you say that the number of cafés in France is generally increasing or decreasing? How would you explain this trend? What future developments can we foresee? Are there any new types of cafés that you are aware of?

I think it is increasing because people like to go to the cafe and stuff, and in the late eighties, a ‘ Les deux Magots’ opened in the cultural centre of Bunkamura in Tokyo as a restaurant and cafe with a french boutique of French products.

  • French cafés have existed for more than three hundred years. What is it that makes cafés still a popular tradition? Explore several aspects of your café and report on its location, its atmosphere, its menu and prices. From your results, what would you say contributes to making it a popular place?

I think it is still popular because cafes are places where people can relax and eat with friends.

French questions

Chapitre 5

1. They’re friends
2. At their house
3. Cafe
4. Chloe
5. Chloe did not want to pay so she hid her wallet in her bag

1. Chloe invite Sebastien a aller au cafe
2. Cecile commande une menthe a l’eau
3. Chloe commande un jus d’orange
4. Le serveur dit (bon appetit)
5. Thomas demande l’addition
6. Chloe ne retrouve pas son argent

1. On va au cafe? D?sole. J’ai des devoirs a faire.
2. Quest-ce que bous prenez? je vais prendre une menthe a l’eau.
3. C’est combien, les coups Melba? Trois trente-cinq.
4. Quest-ce que vous avez comme jus de fruit???Nous avons du jus d’orange du jus de pomme

1. give an excuse for someone? Il a des devoirs a faire
2. ask if someone’s ready to order? Vous avez choisi
3. order food? Je vais prendre..
4. ask what kind of fruit juice the restaurant serves? Qu’est-ce que vous avez comme jus de fruit?
5. ask how much something costs? C’est combien,?
6. ask for the check? L’addition, s’il vous plait.

Ask her friend if she can borrow money.

 

Chapitre 4, Sports et Passe – temps

Mes réponses

1: Tu as compris? 

1. She sent a video cassette

2. She likes to do sport Sport and listen to music

3. She wants to know if she does ski or base ball

4. She likes it, she think its nice

5. Je ne sais pas ( I don’t know )

 

2: C’est Emilie?

1. It is likely that Emilie says that she loves sports.

2. It is unlikely that Emilie says she does not like ski.

3. It is unlikely that Emilie says Québec is boring in the winter.

4. It is likely that Emilie finds making videos with a video camera is fun

5.It is unlikely that Emilie likes to watch TV in the winter when its cold.

6. It is unlikely that Emilie does not like to listen to music.

 

3:Cherche les expressions

1.Salut Leticia.

2.comment ca va.

3.Est-ce qu’il fait froid aussi?

4.A’adore le rock etla musique quebeosie.

5.Qu’est gu’on fait comme sport?

6.Et la Californie, e’ste comment?

7.A tre’s Bientot.

 

4: Les saisons et les sports D’après la lettre d’Emilie, quels sports est-ce qu’elle fait? En quelle saison? Choisis des sports pour compléter ces phrases.

1. Au printemps, Emilie fait…In spring Emilie likes to ride hordes and do tennis.

2. En hiver, elle fait..In winter Emilie likes to ski.

3. En automne, elle fait… I don’t know

4. En été, elle fait… I dont know

 

5: Et maintenant, à toi

1.Moi aussi.

2.Moi aussi.

3.Moi aussi.

4.Moi, non.

5.Moi, non.

6.Moi aussi.

My IB learner profile in French

This year in 7th grade french, we started new things which we never did in last year in grade 6.

We learned the french words for all of the IB learner profiles.

1.I think I can be a thinker (Un penseur) because I try to translate the french word into english before asking people.

2.I think a can also be caring (Altruiste), because I help people if they are stuck on some word they don’t know in french.

3.I think I can be a communicator (un communicator) because I ask people questions when there is something I don’t understand in french.

4.I think I can be a risk taker (Audacieux)because I say things even if it might not be the right answer.

5. I think I can be balanced (Ecuilibré) because I speak equal amount of french and english in class.

 words in french for the IB learner profiles:

1. Investigateur – Inquirer

2. Informe et instuit -Knowledgeable

3. Un Penseur – Thinker

4. Un Communicateur – communicator

5. Integre – Principled

6. Ouvert d’esprit – Open minded

7. Altruiste – Caring

8. Audacieux – Risk taker

9. Ecuilibré – Balanced

10. Réfléchi – Reflective